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Angelina (Padilla) "Angie" Cycenas

Angelina (Padilla) "Angie" Cycenas
  • November 14, 1998 - May 15, 2020
  • Windsor, Connecticut

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“It took me a minute to really bring myself to find the words. Here it is 2months gone by and I still dont know what to sat. I just keep thinking...Read More »
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“We used to hang out all through high school and lost touch when I left. I'm so sorry and send all my condolences to the family & husband. We were...Read More »
2 of 5 | Posted by: Victoria Leon - Manchester, CT

“Sleep in Paradise Beautiful Angel. ”
3 of 5 | Posted by: Sandra Diaz - Bronx, NY - Family

“You will forever live in our hearts. That lovely smile will be missed. Rest In Peace sweet Angie. You will live in others for giving life to those in...Read More »
4 of 5 | Posted by: Iris Merced - Passaic, NJ

“We love you Angie!! We will always love you !!! You left us too soon but you will always be in our ! May you Rest In Peace !!!! ”
5 of 5 | Posted by: Isabel & Victor Merced - Orlando, FL

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Angelina (Padilla) Cycenas, 21, of Windsor, loving wife of Noah Cycenas passed away peacefully on Friday, May 15, 2020 at Hartford Hospital. Angelina was born in Farmington, CT, on November 14, 1998, the daughter of Joseph Padilla and Jasmayra Ortiz.

Angelina (Angie) grew up in Manchester, CT and aspired to continue her schooling to become a Phlebotomist and continue in a medical career. She was married to the love of her life, Noah B. Cycenas on August 25th, 2018. They began their lives together making the Town of Windsor their home. Angie worked as a Deli Clerk for Stop and Shop in Windsor. She enjoyed Hiking, Walking, Animals, Fairs, Misquamicut Beach, Ice Cream, Movies, Spending time with Family and Friends, Talking with her Mom every night, and going on dates and adventures with her husband.

Along with her husband Noah Cycenas, her parents Jasmayra Ortiz and Joseph Padilla, she leaves her maternal grandparents, Victor Merced Sr. and Isabel Merced, and paternal grandparent Joseph Padilla. She also leaves her loving in-laws, many aunts, uncles, and cousins, her brother, her godchild, many close friends, her dog, Finnigan, and rabbit, Biggie Smalls.

Angie was a caring and giving person and continued that in death by being an organ donor.

Because of her love of animals, we ask that in lieu of flowers, you remember Angie by making a contribution to Save All Dog Rescue in Manchester, CT. This is where she adopted her dog, Finnigan.

A celebration of Angie's life will take place at a future time and place to be determined.